MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCIV) -- Officials with the Mount Pleasant Police Department have confirmed detectives are in the process of serving an additional six warrants on Louis "Skip" ReVille.
Officials say the charges represent four newly identified victims in the case. The case began in late October after police investigators say ReVille confessed to assaulting three teens.
Since, the list of charges has grown to 13. SLED is now also investigating the case.
The highly publicized case has also stirred ground at The Citadel, as it was recently revealed a summer camper filed a complaint against ReVille in 2007. ReVille worked as a summer camp counselor and the head of the college's mentor program while a senior cadet.
Citadel President Lt. Gen John W. Rosa admitted last week that the complaint against ReVille was mismanaged by his office.
Mullins McLeod, the attorney for some of ReVille's alleged victims, said had The Citadel handled the complaint differently, ReVille may have been stopped.
The Mount Pleasant Police Department continues to ask for the public's help with any information relative to Mr. ReVille or additional victims. Anyone with information should contact the Mount Pleasant Police Department at (843) 884-4176 or confidentially at Crime Stoppers (843) 554-1111.
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